Dining at the CCAA will make a connection for visitors   

The careful sourcing and preparation of food which has entered our cultural awareness is the same practice that craftspeople engage in when making their work.

The Center for Craft & Applied Arts will be home to two dining establishments, one fine dining, the other casual, which will feature interior architecture, fixtures, servingware, and implements made on-site at the center. These unique dining establishments will help visitors understand depth and breadth of craft manufacturing through contextual use. Many products used will be for sale in the adjacent retail space

We are currently looking for chefs and restauranteurs

Interested in locating at the Center for Craft & Applied Arts? Please use the form on the Apply for Space page or send us an email.

I feel it is an obligation to help people understand the relation of food to agriculture and the relationship of food to culture.
— Alice Waters | chef, restaurateur, activist, and author